Mr. Murali Rao, Cosmo Foundation; Mr. A. K. Jain, Board of Trustees, Cosmo Foundation & Dr. Vivek Nangia, member of the CSR Committee of Cosmo Foundation and others participated in blood donation camp

Cosmo Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Cosmo Films Ltd. in association with The Rotary Blood Bank organized a blood donation camp at one of the office premises of Jasola District Centre, New Delhi. Cosmo Films, Cosmo Foundation and the staff of many prominent companies in the vicinity participated in the noble cause of blood donation through this initiative.

The camp was organized in run-up to the World’s Blood Donor Day on 14th June and was inaugurated by Mr. Dr. Vivek Nangia, HOD & Director (Pulmonology/Chest & Sleep Medicine), Fortis Hospital, Vasant Kunj & member of the CSR Committee of Cosmo Foundation and was attended by the senior management of Cosmo Films Limited. The event saw active participation of Cosmo Films’ staff, their family members and a large number of voluntary donors from other corporate houses situated in Jasola district center. A whopping 90 number of people from corporate offices donated blood to the Rotary Blood Bank.

Overwhelmed by the great response, Mr. A. K. Jain, Director-Corporate Affairs, Cosmo Films and Board of Trustees, Cosmo Foundation said. “Cosmo Foundation has been at the forefront to serve the community through social initiatives. The success of this blood camp is significant and we would continue to organize such camps on a regular basis to create awareness about the importance of donating blood and saving lives. We would like to express gratitude to the Rotary Blood Bank, New Delhi and also appreciate the enthusiasm of our employees and all the blood donors in making this camp a great success’’.

 Cosmo Foundation has been assisting the underprivileged children and youth to realize their full potential through education. Over the years, the foundation has worked tirelessly to strengthen mainstream education, promote higher education and enable employability for communities in Maharashtra and Gujarat.